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Welcome to Jeopardy! Featuring your host… Mr. M
6 White A Presentation
This show is sponsored by: <ul><li>The Pittsburgh Steelers </li></ul><ul><li>The Boston Bruins </li></ul><ul><li>The Popco...
Miley  Cyrus Wall-E Tom Brady Round 1 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Game Over
Get my drift? Spreading apart Who’s on top? Clean your plate! Bound- aries Everything else $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $...
$200 The German scientist who suggested the theory of continental drift
$200 Who is Alfred Wegener? Scores
$400 Name 2 of the 4 pieces of evidence suggesting the continents used to be joined
$400 What are…? 1-fossil  2-shape of the continents 3-rock/glacial/salt deposits 4-alignment of mountain ranges Scores
$600 The name for the super continent that existed 250 million years ago
$600 What is Pangaea? Scores
$800 The main reason geologists did not believe him was because his theory was lacking this
$800 What is a satisfactory explanation of the force that pushes or pulls the continents? Scores
$1000 This was Wegener’s actual profession (was not a geologist!)
$1000 What is a meterologist? Scores
$200 These underwater formations form the largest mountain chain in the world
$200 What are midocean ridges? Scores
Daily Double
$400 At midocean ridges, lava erupts from the __________ and runs the length of a ridge
$400 What is the rift valley? Scores
$600 The age of the rocks on the ocean floor get progressively  ____________ the further away from the mid-ocean ridge.
$600 What is older? Scores
$800 The process of the oceanic plates moving away from the midocean ridges is known as this
$800 What is sea-floor spreading? Scores
$1000 Scientists are able to observe “stripes” in the ocean floor because these minerals freeze in different directions wh...
$1000 What is magnetite or iron? Scores
$200 The process in which crust plunges back into the Earth is called this
$200 What is subduction? Scores
$400 Deep, V-shaped canyons that occur at areas of subduction
$400 What are trenches? Scores
$600 This is why oceanic crust is subducted under continental crust (also why older oceanic crust is subducted under newer...
$600 What is that it is more dense? Scores
$800 As crust is subducted, it melts into magma which may rise and eventually form these
$800 What are volcanoes? Scores
$1000 This is the deepest trench in the world
$1000 What is the Marianas trench? Scores
$200 There are these many major lithospheric plates
$200 What is 7? Scores
$400 This is the largest lithospheric plate
$400 What is the Pacific plate? Scores
Daily Double
$600 This method of heat transfer is the driving force behind the plate movement
$600 What are convection currents? Scores
$800 The Hawaiian Islands were formed by this
$800 What is a hot spot? Scores
$1000 This type of activity is found at all plate boundaries
$1000 What is earthquake (seismic) activity? Scores
$200 This is the type of boundary where midocean ridges form
$200 What are divergent boundaries? Scores
$400 The type of boundary formed by a lateral fault (plates grinding past each other in a horizontal direction)
$400 What is a transform boundary? Scores
$600 Los Angeles is found on this plate
$600 What is the Pacific plate? Scores
$800 This explains why a convection current works
$800 What is the deeper hotter mantle material rises (less dense) and then cools, becomes denser, and sinks? This cycle re...
$1000 These islands are formed when two oceanic plates collide
$1000 What are island arcs? Scores
$200 Mountains only, no volcanoes, are formed at this type of convergent boundary
$200 What is a collision of two continental plates Scores
$400 This is the only country that has a divergent boundary running down the middle
$400 What is Iceland? Scores
$600 This is why there is no subduction at continental-continental collisions
$600 What is both plates are of very similar density? Scores
$800 The name for the earthquake and volcano zone that encircles the Pacific Ocean
$800 What is the Ring of Fire? Scores
$1000 This mountain chain is believed to have been formed when the North American plate converged with another continental...
$1000 What are the Appalachian Mountains? Scores
Final Jeopardy Scores The category is: Ancient Eruptions Final Jeopardy Question
Pompei and Herculaneum were devastated by the eruption of this legendary volcano in 79 A.D.
What was Mt. Vesuvius? Scores
Congratulations... You are the new Jeopardy champion!!!
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  1. 1. Welcome to Jeopardy! Featuring your host… Mr. M
  2. 2. 6 White A Presentation
  3. 3. This show is sponsored by: <ul><li>The Pittsburgh Steelers </li></ul><ul><li>The Boston Bruins </li></ul><ul><li>The Popcorn Chicken Bowl Association </li></ul><ul><li>Moe’s “Joey Bag o’ Donuts” burritos </li></ul>
  4. 4. Miley Cyrus Wall-E Tom Brady Round 1 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Game Over
  5. 5. Get my drift? Spreading apart Who’s on top? Clean your plate! Bound- aries Everything else $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 Round 1 Final Jeopardy Scores
  6. 6. $200 The German scientist who suggested the theory of continental drift
  7. 7. $200 Who is Alfred Wegener? Scores
  8. 8. $400 Name 2 of the 4 pieces of evidence suggesting the continents used to be joined
  9. 9. $400 What are…? 1-fossil 2-shape of the continents 3-rock/glacial/salt deposits 4-alignment of mountain ranges Scores
  10. 10. $600 The name for the super continent that existed 250 million years ago
  11. 11. $600 What is Pangaea? Scores
  12. 12. $800 The main reason geologists did not believe him was because his theory was lacking this
  13. 13. $800 What is a satisfactory explanation of the force that pushes or pulls the continents? Scores
  14. 14. $1000 This was Wegener’s actual profession (was not a geologist!)
  15. 15. $1000 What is a meterologist? Scores
  16. 16. $200 These underwater formations form the largest mountain chain in the world
  17. 17. $200 What are midocean ridges? Scores
  18. 18. Daily Double
  19. 19. $400 At midocean ridges, lava erupts from the __________ and runs the length of a ridge
  20. 20. $400 What is the rift valley? Scores
  21. 21. $600 The age of the rocks on the ocean floor get progressively ____________ the further away from the mid-ocean ridge.
  22. 22. $600 What is older? Scores
  23. 23. $800 The process of the oceanic plates moving away from the midocean ridges is known as this
  24. 24. $800 What is sea-floor spreading? Scores
  25. 25. $1000 Scientists are able to observe “stripes” in the ocean floor because these minerals freeze in different directions when the polarity of the planet changes.
  26. 26. $1000 What is magnetite or iron? Scores
  27. 27. $200 The process in which crust plunges back into the Earth is called this
  28. 28. $200 What is subduction? Scores
  29. 29. $400 Deep, V-shaped canyons that occur at areas of subduction
  30. 30. $400 What are trenches? Scores
  31. 31. $600 This is why oceanic crust is subducted under continental crust (also why older oceanic crust is subducted under newer crust)
  32. 32. $600 What is that it is more dense? Scores
  33. 33. $800 As crust is subducted, it melts into magma which may rise and eventually form these
  34. 34. $800 What are volcanoes? Scores
  35. 35. $1000 This is the deepest trench in the world
  36. 36. $1000 What is the Marianas trench? Scores
  37. 37. $200 There are these many major lithospheric plates
  38. 38. $200 What is 7? Scores
  39. 39. $400 This is the largest lithospheric plate
  40. 40. $400 What is the Pacific plate? Scores
  41. 41. Daily Double
  42. 42. $600 This method of heat transfer is the driving force behind the plate movement
  43. 43. $600 What are convection currents? Scores
  44. 44. $800 The Hawaiian Islands were formed by this
  45. 45. $800 What is a hot spot? Scores
  46. 46. $1000 This type of activity is found at all plate boundaries
  47. 47. $1000 What is earthquake (seismic) activity? Scores
  48. 48. $200 This is the type of boundary where midocean ridges form
  49. 49. $200 What are divergent boundaries? Scores
  50. 50. $400 The type of boundary formed by a lateral fault (plates grinding past each other in a horizontal direction)
  51. 51. $400 What is a transform boundary? Scores
  52. 52. $600 Los Angeles is found on this plate
  53. 53. $600 What is the Pacific plate? Scores
  54. 54. $800 This explains why a convection current works
  55. 55. $800 What is the deeper hotter mantle material rises (less dense) and then cools, becomes denser, and sinks? This cycle repeats. Scores
  56. 56. $1000 These islands are formed when two oceanic plates collide
  57. 57. $1000 What are island arcs? Scores
  58. 58. $200 Mountains only, no volcanoes, are formed at this type of convergent boundary
  59. 59. $200 What is a collision of two continental plates Scores
  60. 60. $400 This is the only country that has a divergent boundary running down the middle
  61. 61. $400 What is Iceland? Scores
  62. 62. $600 This is why there is no subduction at continental-continental collisions
  63. 63. $600 What is both plates are of very similar density? Scores
  64. 64. $800 The name for the earthquake and volcano zone that encircles the Pacific Ocean
  65. 65. $800 What is the Ring of Fire? Scores
  66. 66. $1000 This mountain chain is believed to have been formed when the North American plate converged with another continental plate during the formation of Pangaea.
  67. 67. $1000 What are the Appalachian Mountains? Scores
  68. 68. Final Jeopardy Scores The category is: Ancient Eruptions Final Jeopardy Question
  69. 69. Pompei and Herculaneum were devastated by the eruption of this legendary volcano in 79 A.D.
  70. 70. What was Mt. Vesuvius? Scores
  71. 71. Congratulations... You are the new Jeopardy champion!!!
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